With twelve featured artists performing, in addition to the full orchestra, you are sure to find a variety of music to enjoy in the free November 18th concert of the Oak Ridge Philharmonia. Danny Brian will be the soloist for the unforgettable Piano Concerto No. 1 by Franz Liszt. Concertmaster Margaret Moore has selected Beethoven’s 5th Violin Sonata, Mvt. 1 for her performance. The lively first movement of Concerto for Flute, Oboe and Bassoon by Antonio Vivaldi will be presented by Barbara Sparks, Cyndi Jeffers, and Cora Nappo. Kimberly Simpkins, Belle James, and Kathryn York will tangle with the Tango, Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas by Ástor Piazzolla To add a Mexican flavor, Greg Foertter, Ward Bigler, and Dale Gedcke will play the Chiapanecas Trumpet Trio, as arranged by Raphael Méndez. In addition to conducting the piano concerto, and accompanying the violin and trumpet soloists on piano, Dr. Marcelo Urias will direct the orchestra in a colorful symphonic poem, Les Préludes by Franz Liszt. To thoroughly enjoy these engaging compositions, join the Oak Ridge Philharmonia on Saturday, November 18, 2017 at 2:00 pm, in the Sanctuary of the First Baptist Church of Oak Ridge. The church is located at the corner of The Oak Ridge Turnpike and LaFayette Drive. Admission is free, although the orchestra appreciates modest donations at the door to support routine operating expenses. Free refreshments following the concert are provided by the orchestra members. The Oak Ridge Philharmonia is a 501(c)3, non-profit, volunteer organization, performing under the baton of Conductor and Music Director, Dr. Marcelo Urias. Anyone wishing to regularly participate in the orchestra is encouraged to contact the Personnel Manager, Cyndi Jeffers, at email@example.com. Usually, we can accommodate additional string players, and occasionally there are openings in the brass, woodwind and percussion sections. The orchestra welcomes proficient musicians of all ages. The Oak Ridge Philharmonia is a rewarding venue for instrumentalists who enjoy playing for an appreciative audience, with music ranging from Baroque through Classical to Contemporary. For more information about the orchestra, visit www.OakRidgePhilharmonia.org. We can also be found on Facebook: @oakridgephil.